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one of the first obama administration officials to be questioned directly by congress in this debacle that has been the obama care website rollout. have a listen to how it went. >> despite our democrats opposition to part d ten years ago, we committed to making the best of the program. and because of all the changes that have occurred in part d prescription program, 90% of seniors right now the are satisfied. and why are they satisfied? well, are in my district, before that was vote, i made seniors know that i was going to vote no and opposed and i told them two reasons. the gap, the doughnut hole when you're paying for premiums you're not getting any benefits. that was horrendous and number two, no one was an outside source was not sitting down and being the third party to the negotiate the prices of prescription drugs. so it lost. we lost the policy fight. and what did we do? we went back to our districts and we told our seniors although we voted no, we're -- we personally believe and we'll work with the bush administration to make it work. that's what we did. and ho
to appaologizapologiz. >> the obama care website apology tour. but what's next? can the website really be fixed by the end of the month? >> if you use the internet, you probably use dole and yahoo! something you need to hear about the tech giants and nsa spying. google says it's outraged. this is "around the world" on cnn. i'm suzanne malveaux. >> i'm michael homes. thanks for your company today. welcome to our international viewers. >> waiting for the white house briefing, they'll respond to the latest nsa spying allegations and expect to comment on the problems with the obama care website. live as soon as it happens. keep a close eye on the white house. >>> we're all familiar with when you get on the plane, shut off your cell phone, turn off the gadgets, anything with a power button, turn it off. it's been that way for years but things are about to change. at least in the u.s. >> yes. federal airline officials made this big announcement today. just a couple of hours ago. looks like the airline's going to have to change the preflight videos. >> clear. insert mobile phones and electronic device
begin this hour at fbi headquarters in washington. president obama set to speak at the installation ceremony for the bureau's new director james kommy. >> set to happen any moment now, and of course, we are not going to miss a minute of it bringing it to you live as soon as it begins. i'm suzanne malveaux. this is around the world on cnn. >> i'm michael holmes. we're going to welcome our international viewers. >> good to see you again. >> a little week off didn't hurt anyone. international viewers will be with us on the program all week. >> we're watching at the fbi welcomes a new chief, james kommy. he has been on the job for almost two months now. >> but the for malts are taking place today and president obama is there to do the honors at what they are calling the installation ceremony today. commie is a republican, a former federal prosecutor and an outs spoke on opponent of the eavesdropping under the former president george bush. >> now he takes office and a growing outrage over revelations how extensively the nsa has been spying both here and around the world. want to bringing
of advertising for obama care? >> i can't see it. >> it's a college student doing a keg stand. >> if the colorado exchange did that, they are a -- >> do you approve of this kind of advertising >> i don't see it. i don't know what it is. and i did not approve it. this is a state-based marketplace. >> that's a pretty big picture of a keg. you can't see it. >> do i approve of it? i've never seen it. >> you have the opportunity to opt out by the way. >> i'm not eligible. >> i would like to submit a waiver for my district. >> gentleman's time has expired. >> does your policy cover -- never mind. >> plaintiff mathison. >> thank you, mr. chairman. and madame secretary, thanks for your time. i just want to ask on the issue of the fixes to healthcare.gov, we've had a lot of conversation about that today. and we've talked about confidence levels for being ready by a certain time. i think one question a lot of us have is, can you define what the magnitude of the problem is? is there a scale or metric by which we can understand how bad this is today and how we're going to get to where we go to have it fixede
to that behind closed doors we don't know the. >> and there's a huge political cost to the obama administration. you've got powerful senators not going to allow nominations to go through unless you have the testimony from those involved on the ground benghazi. where is that going. >> senator lindsey graham has said, we're not going to get your appointees appointed till we get answers and get these people into congress behind closed doors and tell us what the heck happened in benghazi and what they want, suzanne, had he don't want the filtered information, they don't want the administration officials. they want the people who were there telling them in person what the heck happened. >> phil, thank you. excellent reporting >> great stuff. really interesting. drew griffin. now news out of russia, edward snowden, you know that name, don't you, wanted for spying living under russia's protection. we just learn this had week a new job working for a russian website. >> looks like the nsa leaker wants to leave russia, go to germany to testify what he knows. yesterday in moscow, snowden had a meeting wit
and they've complained many times to the nsa, to congress to president obama. i spoke from europe last week with the foreign minister of germany, guido vestivale who said in relationship to the tapping of angela merkel's phone. you can't catch terrorists by tapping your friend's phones and laid down the thesis that yes, there are legitimate areas of espionage, yes, we have to find the bad guys, but it doesn't mean to say we can't find some kind of balance vis-a-vis all our citizens and all of those people who think that they're being tapped in and for which we find this unacceptable. so that's the debate that's going on in europe right now. whether it's in germany and spain or other places. having said that, they all know very well that there is a big link of intelligence-sharing and you know, between each other and with the nsa. >> do they, do they, how do they see snowden? do they think of him as a traitor? do they think he has provided some sort of public service to the world by revealing these kind of, the methods that the u.s. gets its information, its intelligence, sensitive intellige
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